Joseph Ketchum, violin; Phil Grossman, violin; Elizabeth Teal, violin; Erin Dupree Jakubowski, violin; Tatiana Migliaccio, violin; Julie Bamberger-Rubik, viola; Laura Rooney, viola; Jared Snyder, cello; Kristian Ring, cello; John Babbitt, bass; Kelsey Molinari, harp; Jason Behr, guitar
LaRita Craft, Teresa Drews, Rachel Fritz, Stefanie Jacob, Kari Johnson, Linda O'Brien and Maria Valentina Schlei, piano; Jared Snyder, narrator.
Jenny Gettel, J.Mark Baker, Phillip Pearl, Robin Pluer, Kathleen Sonnentag, Kathleen Matts, Nathan Wesselowski
William Torres, flute; Eric Jacobson, trumpet; Aaron Gardner, tenor saxophone; Max Day, trombone; David Wake, piano; Jim Paolo, bass; Robert Figueroa, percussion; Cecilio Negron Jr., percussion; Julio Pabon, percussion; Bony Plog-Benavides, percussion
Paul Silbergleit, guitar; Dan Trudell, organ; David Bayles, drums
So Join us At The Tonic Tavern in Bay View. Gonna be Hot, The doors will be open and ladies will be dancin.
Under the direction of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dr. John, the world premiere of Spirituals to Funk represents the first-ever touring partnership between two icons of American music. Dr. John & The Lower 911 and The Blind Boys of Alabama will build on this legacy synonymous with their "big easy" style.
Based on the legendary Carnegie Hall concerts produced by John Hammond in the 1930s, this version of Spirituals to Funk features an integrated show that explores the connections between gospel, blue...s, and jazz.
Tom Wopat first came to public attention in the late 1970s as the freewheeling Luke Duke on the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard. In 1977, he made his Broadway debut in I Love My Wife. He went on to receive a Tony nomination for the role of Frank Butler in the Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun. Wisconsin-born, Tom's first love is music. He brings jazz and standards to this afternoon show.
Winner of two GRAMMY® Awards for Best Classical Crossover, Turtle Island Quartet has been a singular force in the creation of bold, new trends in chamber music for strings. The quartet fuses classical quartet esthetics with contemporary American musical styles and stakes its claim as the quintessential American string quartet of the 21st century.
Tempest is a chamber ensemble comprised of Milwaukee's finest brass musicians. Known for riveting live performances, Tempest plays like its name suggests. Enjoy the power and excitement of brass in this Wilson Center debut concert featuring music by composers such as J.S. Bach, Eric Ewazen, Leonard Bernstein, and Paul Hindemith.